Tennessee Sales Tax Rate Changes, April 2015
- Mar 2, 2015 | Gail Cole
A local sales and use tax rate change has been announced for the City of Piperton, Tennessee. It is the result of a voter-approved referendum.
Effective April 1, 2015, the rate will increase from 2.25% to 2.75%. According to the Tennessee Department of Revenue, the local option tax applies to “the first $1,600 of the sale price of any single article of tangible personal property sold.” There is a local tax cap of $44 “on sales of single articles of tangible personal property.” Local tax is imposed on the total sales price of taxable services.
There is also “a state single article tax rate of 2.75% applicable to the sales price, from $1600.01 up to and including $3,200, of any item of tangible personal property.” Additional information.
Find accurate state and local tax rates for all localities with this free sales tax rate map.